Jen Pierce (‘ 95 – Geology) and associate professor of Geosciences at Boise State University will meet with interested faculty and students over lunch (12-1) on October 25 in Tutt Library Rm 411/12 to discuss her experience with educational and public outreach, and facilitation of outreach by college-level students on climate change issues.

Dr. Pierce’s research focuses on wildfires and climate change, soils and carbon storage in the critical zone, feedbacks among hydrologic, biologic, and geologic systems, and climate science education from K-12 to university levels.

If you are interested in joining in the discussion, RSVP to Ann DeStefano (x6593).

Jen Pierce (‘ 95 – Geology) and associate professor of Geosciences at Boise State University will meet with interested faculty and students over lunch (12-1) on October 25 in Tutt Library Rm 411/12 to discuss her experience with educational and public outreach, and facilitation of outreach by college-level students on climate change issues.

Dr. Pierce’s research focuses on wildfires and climate change, soils and carbon storage in the critical zone, feedbacks among hydrologic, biologic, and geologic systems, and climate science education from K-12 to university levels.

If you are interested in joining in the discussion, RSVP to Ann DeStefano (x6593).

Jen Pierce (‘ 95 – Geology) and associate professor of Geosciences at Boise State University will meet with interested faculty and students over lunch (12-1) on October 25 in Tutt Library Rm 411/12 to discuss her experience with educational and public outreach, and facilitation of outreach by college-level students on climate change issues.

Dr. Pierce’s research focuses on wildfires and climate change, soils and carbon storage in the critical zone, feedbacks among hydrologic, biologic, and geologic systems, and climate science education from K-12 to university levels.

If you are interested in joining in the discussion, RSVP to Ann DeStefano (x6593).

Banner will be down for maintenance on Saturday morning, 8/11 from midnight to 10:00AM. After the maintenance, you’ll notice a new option for “Banner 9” on the single sign in menu. This is a “soft” launch and using either “Banner 9” or “Banner (SSB)” will work fine for the next several months while we continue to work out the kinks in the new version.

Posted by cschonewill@coloradocollege.edu for the August 10, 2018 digest.

Colorado College is looking into creating more opportunities and structures to support the activity of video gaming and tabletop gaming, both casual and competitive. In particular, we are looking into the possibility of establishing an official e-sports team to compete against similar teams at other colleges and universities.

As a first step in this process, we’re reaching out in order to gauge your interest in this initiative. If the interest is strong enough, we will proceed with the project. To help us do that, please take a moment to answer a very brief, 5-question survey that should take no more than 3 minutes. If you are not interested in this initiative, there’s no need to take the survey.

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Posted by cschonewill@coloradocollege.edu for the November 4, 2017 digest.

Join the Colorado College community for a screening of Ava DuVernay’s critically acclaimed documentary “13th”, a film that explores systemic injustice and the historical roots of the prison industrial complex.
Stay for a panel discussion with CC faculty Dr. Prentiss Dantzler II (Sociology); Dr. Manya Whitaker (Education); and Dr. Michael Sawyer (REMS). There will be a brief intermission in the middle of the film for refreshments and appetizers. Event hosted by AMUN, the CC Prison Project, and sponsored by The Butler Center.

Posted by cschonewill@COLORADOCOLLEGE.EDU for the February 21, 2017 digest.